24 Issues of Better Homes and Gardens
Included with your purchase - a $10 value (Subscription and Rebate Info)
|Shape: Rectangle||Design: Table|
|Style: Contemporary||Distressed: Yes|
|Base Material: Manufactured wood; Wood||Top Material: Manufactured wood; Wood|
|Solid Wood Construction: Yes||Magazine Rack: Yes|
|Legs Included: Yes||Country of Manufacture: China|
|Assembly Required: Yes|
|Product Warranty: 1 Year|
VERY, VERY DIFFICULT TO ASSEMBLE
Very Upset Customer from Knoxville, TN
You would think this is a simple table with few parts and only 8 bolts. Maybe the other reviewers received better lot runs of the table, but mine was HORRIBLE. The grooves for the slats are so tight that you literally have to HAMMER the inside slats in ... ruining the pieces in the meantime. And then, when you put on the end and front pieces, they fall out because the other pieces are so loose and need to be held. Great if you're an octopus, poor if you're a human being. And then, after screwing with that for 2 hours, the table top holes do not align, i.e. 1 bolt did not align with the imbedded nut. In fact, it's not even square. Thus, total failure after all that work and an unusable table. Oh, and the distressed finish? It is a euphamism for poor workmanship. What I saw is not "distressed", but cheap lazy [...] labor who throw the parts out whether they're nice or not. But it is a beautiful looking table ... well, the parts, at least.
Diane from Winfield, IL– Verified Buyer
Love it. It looks perfect next to my chair. Place for my cup of coffee and book/magazine. I would recommend it.
Chequamegon Bay Engineering from Ashland, WI
This peice of furniture was just what we were looking for for our reception area. Perfect size and fits in well with the decore.
nice for the price
peter rabbit from alabama– Verified Buyer
Plantation Cherry Magazine Table by Butl
Giuliana from Chicago, IL– Verified Buyer
I use as side table to my sofa in the living room with accent lamp on top. I was impressed with quality and that's why I purchased right after the tea server by Butler. So far, I reccomend both.